6 Facts About Phil Bredesen

1. In 2018, Phil Bredesen broke with the Democratic Party and endorsed the confirmation of Trump's second Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh.

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2. In 2004, Phil Bredesen introduced a bill to "end the practice of issuing state drivers' licenses to undocumented persons.

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3. In June 2009, Phil Bredesen signed a bill into law allowing loaded guns in cars.

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4. In 2005, Phil Bredesen signed legislation establishing the Tennessee Heritage Conservation Trust Fund, which increased the state's land-buying power in hopes of protecting ecologically significant land and conserving or restoring historically significant areas.

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5. In 1968, Phil Bredesen worked for the campaign of Minnesota Senator Eugene McCarthy, who was seeking the Democratic presidential nomination.

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6. In 1967, Phil Bredesen moved to Lexington, Massachusetts, where he did classified work for Itek and received a draft deferment during the Vietnam War.

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